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William Eggleston: Mystery of the Ordinary

William Eggleston: Mystery of the Ordinary
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Borító: Kötött
ISBN: 9783969992203
Nyelv: angol
Méret: 244*305
Tömeg: 1544 g
Oldalszám: 208
Megjelenés éve: 2023
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William Eggleston: Mystery of the Ordinary

A handsome and affordable overview of Eggleston's evolution and legacy, from the early black-and-white work to his pioneering adventures in color

Although the first universal color slide film came onto the market in 1935, it was reserved for the world of advertising, and as late as the 1980s it was still considered commercial, vulgar and unartistic. Despite this, from the 1960s more and more photographers began to discover the creative possibilities of the medium. William Eggleston, whose career has spanned over five decades, not only substantially contributed to this paradigm shift; he also noticeably influenced many subsequent generations. Along with Saul Leiter, Evelyn Hofer and Stephen Shore, Eggleston was one of the first photographers to recognize the distinctive power of color and its unique capacity to create pictures that continuously challenge the everyday. He imbued banality with the uncanny and mysterious, investigating his immediate surroundings again and again--as if he were somehow suspicious of the contents of his freezer, the ketchup bottle on the diner counter, not to mention the guns that appear as if by chance in so many of his pictures. Mystery of the Ordinary captures the full scope of Eggleston's evolution and legacy: from the early black-and-white work of the late 1950s, in which we witness his discovery and exploration of themes and unconventional croppings, to some of his most iconic color images.
Born in Memphis in 1939, William Eggleston obtained his first camera in 1957. His exhibition Photographs by William Eggleston at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1976 was a milestone; in 2008 a retrospective of his work was held at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and at Haus der Kunst in Munich in 2009. Eggleston's books published by Steidl include Chromes (2011), Los Alamos Revisited (2012), The Democratic Forest (2015), Election Eve (2017), Morals of Vision (2019), Flowers (2019), Polaroid SX-70 (2019) and The Outlands (2021).

Kiadó: Steidl Publishers
Szerkesztő: Hoffmann, Felix
Kategória: Fotó, Művészeti album




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